At 19:04 08/06/30, Yukihiro Matsumoto wrote:

>In message "Re: [ruby-core:17461] Re: 1.8 release management"
>    on Mon, 30 Jun 2008 18:40:03 +0900, Sylvain Joyeux 
><sylvain.joyeux / m4x.org> writes:

>|Do you really think that using the RedMine bug tracker instead of the
>|rubyforge one will improve anything there ? If the bugs reports were not
>|read and/or acted upon when they were reported on RubyForge, I don't
>|think that will improve because they are now reported on RedMine. Or I
>|am missing something ...
>
>* it's integrated with the repository now.
>* and issue statuses are automagically updated upon commits.

I have heard about this. Can somebody please explain how exactly
it works? Sure redmine isn't capable to judge whether a bug
is covered 100% by a patch or only 50%. A pointer to an
explanation would be fine.

Regards,   Martin.



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